|Aboriginal Didgeridoo Performer|
David Williams is an internationally acclaimed didgeridoo performer. A
descendant of the Wakka Wakka people from Queensland, David has shared his
distinct virtuosic didgeridoo playing with audiences all over the world.
Predominantly a solo performer, David has also performed with other
established and notably talented musicians including flautist, Jane Rutter and
jazz legend, James Morrison.
Engaging with his audiences in a unique and memorable way, David shares and
communicates his rich and vibrant culture from over 40,000 years in the
making. It is a special experience to hear the stories told through his
didgeridoo, and it leaves audiences mesmerised with every unique sound and
inflection that transcends the bell of his didgeridoo to the ears of his
Types of performances include traditional welcomes for international guests,
local, interstate and international celebrities and dignitaries;
collaborations with other music styles and genres including classical, jazz,
funk and traditional for corporate and government functions; and arts and
David's highlight performances include:
* 2010 Abu Dhabi, UAE Aussies Abroad in Abu Dhabi.
* 2009 London, England Westminster Abbey, Bushfire Memorial Service.
* 2008 Beijing, China Opening Ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
* 2008 Los Angeles, USA Launch of the new Qantas A380, LAX
* 2008 Auckland, NZ Launch of the new Qantas A380, New Zealand
* 2006 Shanghai, China Celebrate Australia in Xitiandi, Shanghai
* 2006 San Francisco, USA Launch for the Qantas Sydney, San Francisco Direct
David is also an accomplished keyboard and trombone player, composer and
arranger, recording studio operator, business director and internationally
recognised aboriginal artist.
For further information, visit: www.didge.com.au
|For prices, availability, further
details and to make a booking, please call or email Janelle at:
tel/fax: (07) 3855 3048
Mobile: 0414 3855 30
ABN: 22 896 553 565
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